It looks like there's a real live dolphin form of a My Little Pony toy. The world's only pink bottlenose dolphin is a stunning pale rose color from tip to tail, with glossy skin and red eyes. It swims in a pod with four other dolphins, one of which is probably its mother, the London Telegraph reports. The unusual specimen is an albino, and has been sited in Lake Calcasieu, an inland saltwater estuary north of the Gulf of Mexico. A senior biologist with the Whale and Dolphin Conservation Society said, "I have never seen a dolphin colored in this way in all my career." He also warned that people should be careful "to respect it—observe from a distance, limit their time watching, don't chase or harass it."